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Stroma definition, the supporting framework or matrix of a cell. See more.

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Stroma: The supportive framework of an organ (or gland or other structure), usually composed of connective tissue. The stroma is distinct from the parenchyma, ...

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Stroma definition is - a compact mass of fungal hyphae producing perithecia or pycnidia.

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Stroma commonly refers to the fluid filled inner space of chloroplasts surrounding thylakoids and grana. Initially, the stroma was thought to simply provide ...

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Look up stroma in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. Stroma may refer to: Contents. 1 Biology; 2 Places; 3 People; 4 Other; 5 See also. Biology[edit].

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Stroma is the part of a tissue or organ with a structural or connective role. It is made up of all the ... Look up stroma in Wiktionary, the free dictionary.

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Define stroma. stroma synonyms, stroma pronunciation, stroma translation, English dictionary definition of stroma. n. pl. stro·ma·ta 1. The connective tissue ...

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May 13, 2009 ... Definition. noun, plural: stromata. (1) (cell biology) The spongy, colorless matrix of a cell that functionally supports the cell. (2) (anatomy) The ...

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chloroplast structureThe internal (thylakoid) membrane vesicles are organized into stacks, which reside in a matrix known as the stroma. All the chlorophyll in the ...